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A Great Facilitator

By: Rebekah Bjork | August 28, 2015
Terry Paulus, A Great Facilitator

During our 2-day brainstorming session, volunteer Terry and his healthcare consulting background were a huge asset! Our group of 15 brought many perspectives, and Terry helped us sort through ideas in an efficient, supportive, enthusiastic way. He helped us strategize the experience beforehand, then provided a calm and organizing presence throughout. Terry's a great listener, and knows when to take the lead, and when to step back and let the process unfold. I highly recommend him as a facilitator!

 

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